Nizza DOCG Riserva BAUDA

Variety: Barbera 100%.

Vineyard: The grapes come from our historic vineyard at the Estate in Incisa Scapaccino, planted in 1961.

Vinification: After hand selection, the grapes are crushed within hours of harvest and placed in temperature-controlled stainless steel vats. After alcoholic fermentation is finished and maceration with the skins, the wine is racked and then introduced into barrels for aging for about 30 months. This is followed by bottle aging, which continues for at least 1 year.

Pairings: Try it with stracotto al Barbera, rabbit with chestnuts or agnolotti with roast sauce.

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Bottle image Nizza DOCG Riserva BAUDA


Intense and complex aroma of red fruit typical of the grape variety. On the nose in addition to cherry notes also spicy notes of cloves.


Purple-red color with garnet hues.


The taste is firm, full but balanced with a long and pleasant finish. Perfectly balanced between tannin and acidity.

“Only in the best vintages do we select a few rows of our Nizza vineyards for the Bauda Reserve, to dedicate the best of our Earth and the most of our experience.”



The new Nizza Docg appellation was recognized in 2014.

Created with the 2000 vintage, the “Nizza” sub-zone includes 18 small Monferrato municipalities individually analyzed and chosen for their vocation in growing Barbera grapes. A Nizza comes from vineyards in hilly areas, with an altitude between 150 and 350 meters above sea level and optimal exposure.

The vineyards from which our Nizza wines are born are in the heart of the area and have soil rich in marine deposits, characterized by a sandy loam texture. Extending between the municipalities of Nizza Monferrato and Incisa Scapaccino, these vineyards are historic to our family having been planted in 1961, the year the estate was purchased.